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Screening of five of the most controversial films of the 20th century. They hurt, they provoke, they make you angry, they are not to everybody's taste. However, they all have artistic merit.


Thursday, 17th May: "Peeping Tom" 7-9 PM

Friday, 18th May: "Deliverance" 7-9 PM

Saturday, 19th May: "Triumph of the Will" 5-7 PM

"Salo" 7-9 PM

Sunday, 20th May : "Happiness" 6-8 PM

The Biscuit Factory, F-Block ,100 Clements Rd

London SE16 4DG

(Corner of Clements Rd and Webster Rd)

Ticket Price: £5.50, limited to 30 seats per screening. Bring your Paypal reciept to collect your tickets at the door.

Fine Line Cinema

This was Pasolini’s last movie; he was murdered shortly before the film was released. Set in the imaginary fascist state of Salo on the Lake Garda, the

film was designed as an allegory of the abuse of unlimited power, but explores themes of sexual violence, sadism, mental and physical torture.

Loosely based on the book ‘The 120 Days of Sodom’ by Marquis de Sade, the film caused immense controversy and at various times has been banned in a number of countries. It was only approved for general release in the UK in 2000.

Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom,1975

Pier Paolo Pasolini, 145 min.